The CW has canceled two series, Frequency and the aptly-named No Tomorrow, after one season each, reports Deadline.com.
Frequency, which was based loosely on a 2000 film starring Dennis Quaid, featured Peyton List as a New York City detective who had a supernatural ability to communicate with her late father via radio transmissions.
However, the show had difficulty communicating with the CW audience with the ratings falling from 1.35 million for its debut to 800,000 for what is now the series finale.
No Tomorrow, a comedy/drama, starred Tori Anderson (pictured above) and Joshua Sasse as a young couple who believes the world will end in eight months.
Unfortunately (fortunately perhaps) for the duo, only the show is ending prematurely thanks again to plunging ratings. The show captured 1.5 million viewers for its debut but fell to roughly 600,000 for its season finale.
— Phillip Swann